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JAPANESE PICTORIAL ART 

x COLOR PRINTS 

BY THE OLD AND MODERN MASTERS 

PAINTINGS ON SILK 

BY THE PUPILS OF PROFESSOR OKAKURA'S BIJISU IN (ART 
INSTITUTE), TOKYO 

AND EXAMPLES OF 

ART IN PHOTOGRAPHY 

CONTRIBUTED BY JAPAN'S FOREMOST PHOTOGRAPHER 

K. TAMAMURA, YOKOHAMA 

THE ENTIRE COLLECTION TO BE SOLD AT ABSOLUTE PUBLIC SALE 

ON TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL c,th 

AT 8 o'clock 

AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH 

NOW ON FREE VIEW 

THE SALE WILL BE CONDUCTED BY 

THOMAS E. KIRBY of the 
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers 



NEW YORK 
190 1 



CO 



CONDITIONS OF SALE 



1. The highest Bidder to be the Buyer, and if any dispute arise 
between two or more Bidders, the Lot so in dispute shall be immediately 
put up again and re-sold. 

2. The Auctioneer reserves the right to reject any bid which is 
merely a nominal or fractional advance, and, therefore, in his judgment, 
likely to affect the Sale injuriously. 

3. The Purchasers to give their names and addresses, and to pay 
down a cash deposit, or the whole of the Purchase-money, if required, 
in default of which the Lot or Lots so purchased to be immediately 
put up again and re-sold. 

4. The Lots to be taken away at the Buyer's Expense and Risk 
upon the conclusion of the Sale, and the remainder of the Purchase- 
money to be absolutely paid, or otherwise settled for to the satisfaction 
of the Auctioneer, on or before delivery ; in default of which the un- 
dersigned will not hold themselves responsible if the Lots be lost, stolen, 
damaged, or destroyed, but they will be left at the sole risk of the Pur- 
chaser. 

5. While the undersigned will not hold themselves responsible for 
the correctness of the description, genuineness, or autlienticily of, or any 
fault or defect in, any Lot ; and make no Warranty whatever, they 
will, upon receiving previous to date of Sale trustworthy expert opinion 
in writing that any Painting or other Work of Art is not what it is 
represented to be, use every effort on their pari to furnish proof to the 
contrary, failing in which, the object or objects in question will be sold 
subject to the declaration of the aforesaid expert, he being liable to the 
Ozuner or Owners thereof, for damage or injury occasioned thereby. 

6. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery, and inconvenience in the set- 
tlement of the Purchases, no Lot can, on any account, be removed dur- 
ing the Sale. 

7. Upon failure to comply with the above conditions, the money de- 
posited in part payment shall be forfeited ; all Lots uncleared within one 
day from conclusion of Sale shall be re-sold by public or private sale, 
without further notice, and the deficiency (if any) attending such re- 
sale shall be made good by the defaulter at this Sale, together with all 
charges attending the same. This Condition is without prejudice to the 
right of the Auctioneer to enforce the contract made at this Sale, with- 
out such re-sale, if he thinks fit. 

THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, 

Managers. 

Thomas E. Kirby, Auctioneer. 

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NOTE 



The collection described in this catalogue includes one hun- 
dred and sixty Japanese prints by the older masters, among 
them Utamaro, Korinsai, Hiroshige, Hokusai, Yeisen, Kuni- 
sada, Toyokuni, Harunobu, and many others. These prints 
were collected by one of the most prominent connoisseurs of 
Tokyo, who secured them largely in the northern provinces 
of Japan. 

By special arrangement with Professor Kakso Okakura, there 
will also be included about eighty paintings on silk by prominent 
Japanese painters, all pupils of Professor Okakura's Bijitsu In 
(Art Institute) of Tokyo, which represents the self-developing 
school of Japanese art, using native methods, but creating 
new conceptions — as opposed to the conservative school, which 
merely copies old styles, and the radical school, which copies 
foreign style, etc. In contrast to the above mentioned, there 
will be a series of flower pieces, lacquer paintings, and land- 
scapes painted by prominent Japanese artists who are working 
in a different style. 

The exhibition will afford an unusual opportunity for seeing 
exactly what the prominent Japanese artists of to-day are do- 
ing. It will exhibit a degree of technical skill and a choice of 
subjects which have seldom if ever been equalled. 

In order to represent the advanced work that the Japanese 
are doing in photography, Mr. K. Tamamura, of Yokohama, 
contributes to the exhibition about thirty bromides, enlarge- 
ments from his best negatives, all of which have been care- 
fully colored by hand, and which represent the highest point 
to which Photographic Art has attained in Japan. The exhi- 
bition of this collection is entirely unique. 

AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, 

Managers. 



CATALOGUE 



Sale Tuesday Evening, April 9 th, at 7.30 o'clock 

AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 



JAPANESE COLOR PRINTS 



I 


Purple and Red. 


Kiyosai. 


2 


Trees. 


Unknown. 


3 


Cat. 


Unknown. 


4 


Court Ladies. 


Yeisen. 


5 


Storm at Sea. 


Hokkei. 


6 


Three Ladies. 


Yeishi. 


7 


Wood Gatherers 


Kunisada. 


8 


Seaside 


Kunisada. 


9 


Sea and Boats. 


Toyohiro 


10 


Tea Houses. 


Hokusai, 


ii 


Man and Child. 


Utamaro. 



5 



12 


Snow Scene. 


Kangi. 


13 


Landscape. 


Shugetsu. 


14 


Temple Scene. 


Utamaro. 


15 


A Group. 


Shunko. 


i6 


Two Peasant Women. 


Utamaro. 


17 


Court Ladies. 


Yeisho. 


18 


Silk Doll. 


Unsigned. 


19 


Woman Reading'. 


Yeisho. 


20 


Woman and Child. 


Utamaro. 


21 


Flowers. 


Korinsai. 


22 


Flowers. 


Keisai. 


23 


Procession of Women. 


Utamaro. 


24 


Fuji. 


Hokusai. 


25 


Women and Attendants. 


Shinso. 


26 


Temple and Tea Houses. 


Hokusai. 


27 


Garden and Bridges. 


Hokusai. 


28 


Interior of Garden and Tea Houses. 


Hokusai. 


29 


Garden and Bridges. 


Hokusai. 


30 


Rain Storm. 


Yeisen. 


3i 


Torii, Steps, and Lake Scene. 


Yeisen. 


32 


Tea House and Bridge. 


Yeisen. 


33 


Marketmen on Bridge. 


Yeisen. 



6 



34 


Picnic Under Cherry Trees. 


Yeisen. 


35 


Temple and Cherry Trees. 


Yeisen. 


36 


Bridge Scene. 


Yeisen. 


37 


Trees Covered with Snow. 


Yeisen. 


38 


Picnic and Horse Race. 


Yeisen. 


39 


Rice Field. 


Yeisen. 


40 


Wooden Bridge. 


Yeisen. 


4i 


Tea Houses. 


Yeisen. 


42 


Snow Scene. 


Yeisen. 


43 


Temple. 


Yeisen. 


44 


Snow Storm. 


[Yeisen. 


45 


Mountains, with Tea Houses. 


Yeisen. 


46 


Seaside. 


Yeisen. 


47 


Waterfall. 


Hiroshige. 


4 8 


Waterfall. 


Hiroshige. 


49 


Woman with Peony. 


Semappi. . 


50 


Female Figure. 


Kunisada-. 


5i 


House Boat. 


Kuniyasm 


52 


Woman Reading. 


Kuniyasuf 


53 


Woman Smoking Pipe. 


Kunisadaj 


54 


Woman with Girls. 


Kuniyasuv 


55 


Woman Kneeling. 


TolcuriLj 



7 

1 

4 



56 


Female Figure. 


Tokuni. 


57 


Completing a Toilet. 


Tokuni. 


58 


Woman with Instrument. 


Tokuni. 


59 


Reading a Letter. 


Kunisada. 


6o 


Woman with a Mirror. 


Kunisada. 


6i 


Female Figure. 


Shigenobu. 


62 


A Lady Offering Refreshment. 


Kunisada. 


63 


A Lady with a Hand-Glass. 


Kunisada. 


64 


Female Figure. 


Yeisen. 


65 


Female Figure. 


Yeisen. 


66 


Female Figure. 


Yeisen. 


67 


Female Figure. 


Yeisen. 


68 


Female Figure. 


Yeisen. 


69 


Female Figure. 


Yeisen. 


70 


Woman Leaning on Rail. 


Yeisen. 


7i 


Woman at Prayer. 


Koyu. 


72 


Woman Playing Musical Instrument. 


Hok-kei. 


73 


Woman with Bowl. 


Hok-kei. 


74 


Woman with Brazier. 


Toyokuni. 


75 


Woman Seated. 


Hok-kei. 


76 


Man with Bowl. 


Toyokuni. 


77 


Woman Writing. 


Hok-kei. 



8 



78 


Woman with Brazier. 


Kiyonaga Torii. 


79 


Picking Flowers. 


Toyokuni. 


8o 


Artist Beginning Work. 


Hok-kei. 


81 


A Warrior. 


Kesai Yeisen. 


82 


Man Working. 


Hokusai. 


83 


Woman with Fowl in Cage. 


Hokusai. 


84 


Fuji. 


Kiyonobu. 


85 


Women under Bamboo Tree. 


Yeishi. 


86 


Warrior and Boy. 


Shunko. 


87 


Women Walking. 


Yeishi. 


88 


Woman Fanning. 


Yeishi. 


89 


Women on Balcony. 


Shunsho. 


90 


Girl and Boy Dancing. 


Harunobu. 


9i 


Woman Carrying Twigs. 


Miyogawa Choki. 


92 


Single Male Figure. 


Shunyei. 


93 


Group. 


Shunyei. 


94 


Single Female Figure. 


Shunyei. 


96 


An Actor. 


Shunko. 


97 


An Actor. 


Shunko. 


98 


An Actor. 


Shunko. 


99 


A Fisherman. 


Shunsho. 


100 


An Actor. 


Shunsho. 



9 



101 


An Actor. 


Shunko, 


102 


An Actor. 


Shunko. 


103 


An Actor. 


Shunko. 


104 


An Actor. 


Shunsho. 


105 


An Actor. 


Shunsho. 


106 


•An Actor. 


Shunsho. 


107 


An Actor. 


Shunsho. 


108 


An Actor. 


Shunsho. 


109 


An Actor. 


Shunko. 


no 


An Actor. 


Shunko. 


III 


An Actor. 


Shunko. 


112 


An Actor. 


Shunko. 


113 


An Actor. 


Shunko. 


114 


A Travelling Troupe. 


Kesai Yeisen. 


115 


A Female Orchestra. 


Toyokuni. 


Il6 


House-boat. 


Hokusai. 


117 


A Group. 


Toyokuni. 


Il8 


A Group. 


Toyokuni. 


119 


Family Gathering Sea Food. 


Shinsen. 


120 


Procession in a Rain Storm. 


Torin. 


121 


Fishing Boat. 


Shunko. 


122 


A Woman and Girls Walking. 


Korinsai. 



to 



123 


A Woman and Girls Writing. 


Korinsai. 


124 


A Group of Figures. 


Toyokuni. 


125 


A Group of Figures. 


Toyokuni. 


126 


A Group of Figures. 


Toyokuni. 


127 


A Group of Figures. 


Korinsai. 


128 


Warrior on Horseback. 


Shunyei. 


129 


Man with Sign Post. 


Shunsho. 


i3o 


A Group. 


Korin. 


131 


Girls. 


Kiogana. 


132 


Warrior. 


Shunsui Miyagawa. 


133 


A Group. 


Utamaro. 


134 


Priestess under Cherry Tree. 


Kiyonobu. 


135 


A Group. 


Shunsho. 


136 


Pheasants and Bamboo. 


Korinsai. 


137 


Pheasants Roosting. 


Korinsai. 


138 


Travelling Troupe. 


Kiyotlen. 


139 


On a Veranda. 


Shunsho. 


140 


A Poetess. 


Harunobu. 


141 


Women on a Veranda. 


Shunsho. 


142 


A Woman on a Veranda. 


Harunobu. 


143 


A Woman and Child. 


Utamaro. 


144 


A De:r and a Waterfall. 


Harunobu. 



II 

I 



145 


Storks, Iris, and Moon. 


Harunobu. 


146 


Butterflies. 


Hegentai. 


147 


Storks and Nest. 


Masyoshi. 


148 


Women Working a Mill. 


Utamaro. 


149 


A Woman on Horseback. 


Korin. 


150 


A Female Head. 


Utamaro. 


i5i 


A Woman on Horseback. 


Yeishi. 


152 


A Group. 


Utamaro. 


153 


A Female Figure. 


Utamaro. 


154 


Hydrangea. 


Hokusai. 


155 


Women Bathing; Group in a Boat. 


Utamaro. 


157 


Reefs; Fishing Boats. 


Shunsho. 


158 


Holiday Procession. 


Kesai Yeisen. 


159 


Interior of Garden. 


Kunitora. 


i6o 


Female Figure. 


Kuniyasu. 


161 


Female Figure. 


Hokusai Sori. 



HAND-COLORED BROMIDES BY K. TAMAMURA, 
THE LEADING PHOTOGRAPHER OF JAPAN 

162 Miss Toki Matsu. 

163 Ready for a Walk. 

164 Returning from a Walk. 



165 


Ducks. 


166 


Junk Under Full Sail. 


167 


Enoshima from the Kamakura Side. 


168 


A City Street in the Rain. 


169 


Farmer Returning from Work in the Rain. 


170 


A Japanese Girl. 


171 


A Japanese Girl in Indoor Costume. 


172 


A Japanese Girl with Fan. 


173 


Miss Sansuke. 


174 


Ducks. 


175 


Children in the Country. 


176 


Ready for an Excursion. 


177 


Miss Sansuke Playing the Koto. 


178 


Night Scene. 


179 


Fuji from above Hakone Lake. 


180 


Miss Toki Matsu on the Beach. 


181 


Fuji from Misaka. 


182 


Fuji in the Clouds. 


183 


Night Scene on a Lake. 


184 


A Brook in the Country. 


185 


A Rice Field. 


186 


Fuji from the Lake. 



13 



iSy Night Scene on a Lake. 

188 Night Scene at Ueno Park. 

189 Young Ladies in a Park. 

190 Told Matsu. 

191 Toki Matsu. 

PAINTINGS FROM THE PUPILS OF PROFESSOR 
OKAKUYA'S ART INSTITUTE, TOKYO 

192 Puppy. Painted on silk. Okado Baison. 

193 Ducks. Painted on silk. Suzuki Kason. 

194 Owls. Painted on silk. Suzuki Kason. 

195 Crows in Rain. Painted on silk. Shimomura Kanzan. 

196 Fowls. Painted on silk. Okado Baison. 

197 Autumn (bird on tree). Painted on paper. 

Hishida Shunso. 

198 Autumn. Painted on silk. Hishida Shunso. 

199 Cherries in Blossom. Painted on silk. Hishida Shunso. 

200 Moonlight. Painted on silk. Hishida Shunso. 

201 Lotus. Painted on silk, Saigo Kogetsu. 

202 The Musasi Plain. Painted on silk. Saigo Kogetsu. 

203 Fishing. Painted on silk. Yokoyana Taikan. 

204 After Rain. Painted on silk. Yokoyana Taikan. 

14 



205 


Ducks. Painted on silk. 


Yokoyana Taikan. 


206 


On the River. Painted on silk. 


Yokoyana Taikan. 


207 


Fuji. Painted on silk. 


Yokoyana Taikan. 


208 


Willows. Painted on silk. 


Yokoyana Taikan. 


209 


Before the Snow Storm. 






vjrclMld. s\ JTcbLlVai 111 1 OK.VU. 


rdlllLeU Oil Silk 

Ogata Gekko. 


211 


Fuji. Painted on silk. 


Fukuda Bakusen. 


212 


By the Sea Shore. Painted on silk. 


Watanabe Kogai. 


213 


By the Sea Shore. Painted on silk. 


Watanabe Kogai. 


214 


Birds. Painted on silk. 


Kawai Giokudo. 


215 


Landscape. Painted on silk. 


Terasaki Kogio. 


2l6 


Chrysanthemums. Painted on silk. 


Terasaki Kogio. 


217 


Fishes. Painted on silk. 


Matsukura Shoho. 


218 


Heron. Painted on silk. 


Matsukura Shoho. 


219 


Petrels. Painted on silk. 


Matsukura Shoho. 


220 


Scene in Tsukigase. Painted on silk. 

Takenouchi Rofu. 


221 


Scene in Yoshmo. Painted on silk. 


Takenouchi Rofu. 


222 


The Nachi Waterfall. Painted on silk. 

Takenouchi Rofu. 


223 


The Hakone Waterfall. Painted on 


silk. 



Takenouchi Rofu. 



224 Tne Nikko Waterfall. Painted on silk. 

Takenouchi Rofu. 



225 


Fuji. Painted on silk. 


Takenouchi Rofu. 


226 


Miyashima. Painted on silk. 


Takenouchi Rofu. 


227 


Matsushima. Painted on silk. 


Takenouchi Rofu. 


228 


Amanohashidate. Painted on silk. 


Takenouchi Rofu. 


229 


Sparrows in Snow. Painted on silk. 


Takenouchi Rofu. 


2^0 


Chrysanthemums. Painted on silk. 


Okado Oson. 




Imperial Palace on Fire. Painted on 


silk. 

Kimura Buzan. 


232 


Landscape. Painted on silk. 


Koshidzuka Yuho. 


233 


Carps. Painted on silk. 


Mihara Suikoku. 


234 


Maples. Painted on silk. 


Mihara Suikoku. 


235 


Pigeons. Painted on silk. 


Mihara Suikoku. 


236 


Maples in Moonlight. Painted on silk. 

Mihara Suikoku. 


237 


Landscape. Painted on silk. 


Kida Kauritsu. 


238 


Cherries. Painted on silk. 


Kida Kawritsu. 


239 


Quails. Painted on silk. 


Kida Kawritsu. 


240 


Cherries in Rain. Painted on silk. 


Kida Kawritsu. 


241 


Landscape. Painted on silk. 


Kida Kawritsu. 


242 


Heron. Painted on silk. 


Kuboi Suido. 


243 


The Rainy Season. Painted on silk. 


Ozaki Chinkichi. 



244 


Crow. Painted on silk. 


Shimada Sogen. 


245 


Archery. Painted on silk. 


Ito Kowun. 


246 


Morning Glory. Painted on silk. 


Morita Kako. 


247 


Lily. Painted on silk. 


Morita Kako. 


248 


Iris. Painted on silk. 


Morita Kako. 


249 


Ducks. Painted on silk. 


Morita Kako. 


250 


The Toilet. Painted on silk. 


Miyagawa Shuntei. 


251 


Correspondence. Painted on silk. 


Miyagawa Shuntei. 


252 


Flower Arrangement. Painted on 


silk. 

Miyagawa Shuntei. 


253 


Knitting. Painted on silk. 


Miyagawa Shuntei. 


254 


Painting. Painted on silk. 


Miyagawa Shuntei. 


255 


Tea Ceremony. Painted on silk. 


Miyagawa Shuntei. 


256 


Wardrobe. Painted on silk. 


Miyagawa Shuntei. 


257 


Visit. Painted on silk. 


Miyagawa Shuntei. 


258 


Moonlight. Painted on paper. 


Shimomura Kanzan. 


259 


A Churchyard. Painted on paper. 


Shimomura Kanzan. 


260 


A Landscape. Painted on paper. 


Shimomura Kanzan. 


261 


Shrimps. Painted on paper. 


Hishida Shunso. 


262 


Landscape. Painted on paper. 


Hishida Shunso. 


263 


Landscape. Painted on paper. 


Saigo Kogetsu. 


264 


Landscape. Painted on paper. 


Saigo Kogetsu. 



2 17 



265 Heron. Painted on silk. Masuda Ringai. 

266 A Rustic Scene. Painted on silk. Uyehara Konen. 

267 Golden Pheasant. Painted on silk. Kobayashi Gokio. 

268 A Street Scene (girls with umbrellas). 





Painted on silk. 


Fukami Senrin. 


269 


Carp. Painted on silk. 


1 osmua 1 0K0. 


270 


Carp and Grapes. Painted on silk. 


Yoshida Toko. 


271 


Dressing. Painted on silk. 


Sakamaki Kogio. 


272 


Cherry and Crows. Painted on silk. 


Ohara Kosen. 


273 


Pheasant. Painted on silk. 


Ohara Kosen. 


274 


Herons. Painted on silk. 


Ohara Kosen. 


275 


Owls. Painted on silk. 


Ohara Kosen. 


276 


Monkeys. Painted on silk. 


Ohara Kosen. 


277 


Goldfishes. Painted on silk. 


Ohara Kosen. 



PAINTINGS ON SILK AND CARDBOARD BY 
LEADING ARTISTS OF JAPAN 



278 Fowl. Painted on silk. 

279 Decorative Panel. Painted on silk. 

280 Bird and Azaleas. 

281 Landscape. Painted on silk. 

282 Landscape. Painted on silk. 

283 Landscape. Painted on silk. 

18 



Rinsen. 
Konen. 
Koson. 
Yeisho. 
Konen. 
Yeiroku. 



284 


Tiger Lily. Painted on silk. 


Koyu. 


285 


Bird and Iris. Painted on silk. 


Koson. 


286 


Gold Fish. Painted qn silk. 


Koyu. 


287 


Landscape. Painted on silk. 


Konen. 


288 


Roosters. Painted on silk. 


Risso. 


289 


Crane. 


Reisho. 


290 


Morning Glory. 


Zhosen. 


291 


Egg Plant. 


Seimei. 


292 


Landscape. 


Kakuzan. 


293 


Iris. 


Hodo. 


294 


Botan. 


Koshui. 


295 


Landscape 


Rui-mei. 


296 


Iris. 


Kwako. 


297 


Quail, painted in lacquer. 


Chickusan. 


298 


Birds and Branch, in lacquer. 


Chickusan. 


299 


Double Peony, in lacquer. 


Zhosen. 


300 


Landscape, in lacquer. 


Kwako. 


30i 


Cranes, in lacquer. 


Shusei. 


302 


Crow, in lacquer. 


Rinsen. 


303 


Peony. Painted on silk. 


Goho. 


304 


Duck. Painted on silk. 


Zhosen. 


305 


White Iris. Painted on silk. 


Kwako. 



306 


Chrysanthemum. Painted on silk. 


Hotei. 


307 


Duck. Painted on silk. 


Shusei. 


308 


Pigeon. Painted on silk. 


Sonrei. 


309 


Bird and Blossoms. Painted on silk. 


Seikwa. 


310 


Bird and Grapes. Painted on silk. 


Hotei. 


3ii 


Rooster. Painted on silk. 


Koson. 


312 


Carp. Painted on silk. 


Dozho. 


313 


Lilies. Painted on silk. 


Hotei. 


314 


Bird and Camellia. Painted on silk. 


Banshu. 


315 


Doves. Painted on silk. 


Hotei. 


316 


Bird and Camellia. Painted on silk. 


Keigetsu. 


317 


Heron. Painted on silk. 


Kwako. 


318 


Snipe. Painted on silk. 


Shinsui. 


319 


Blackbird. Painted on silk. 


Goho. 


320 


Bird and Blossoms. Painted on silk. 


Koto. 


321 


Crane. Painted on silk. 


Rippo. 


322 


Dove and Cherry Blossoms. Painted on silk. 


Kwako. 


323 


Crane. Painted on silk. 


Yeisho. 


324 


Landscape. 


Kakuzan. 


325 


Cranes. Painted in lacquer. 


Rin-so. 


326 


Magnolia. Painted on silk. 


Riogetsu. 


327 


Peony. Painted on silk. 

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Seimei. 



328 


Peony. Painted on silk. 


Hotci. 


329 


Kingfisher. Painted on silk. 


Shunsui. 


330 


Clematis, Painted on silk. 


Beishu. 


331 


Bird and Lily. Painted on silk. 


Keigetsu. 


332 


Harebell. Painted on silk. 


Beishu. 


333 


Bird and Grain. Painted on silk. 


Taikwa. 


334 


Botan. 


Koshu. 


335 


Village in Snow Storm, 


Yeiroku. 


336 


Swallow. 


Kokei. 


337 


Winter Landscape. 


Taikwa. 


338 


Landscape. 


Seigaku. 


339 


Landscape. 


Keigetsu. 


340 


Flower study on silk. 


Koshiu. 


34i 


Lotus and Bird. Painted on silk. 


Shou. 


342 


Botan. Painted on silk. 


Rippo. 


343 


Bird and Cherry Blossoms. Painted on silk. 


Taikwa. 


344 


Bird and Cherry Blossoms. Painted on silk. 


Taikwa. 


345 


Bird and Branch. Painted on silk. 


Riogetsu. 


340 


Doves. Painted on silk. 


Seikwa. 


347 


Kerria Japonica. Painted on silk. 


Beishu. 


148 


Landscape. Painted on silk. 


Zhosen. 


349 


Landscape. Painted on silk. 


Taikwa, 



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Landscape. Painted on silk. 


Shokwa. 


35i 


Landscape. Painted on silk. 


Shokwa. 


35 2 


Landscape. Painted on silk. 


Shokwa. 


353 


Bluebird, color print. 


Konen. 


354 


Carp, color print. 


Risshu. 


355 


Parrot, color print. 


Hotei. 


356 


Chestnut Burr. 


Hotei. 


357 


Storks. 


Hotei. 


358 


Kingfisher. 


Zhosen. 


359 


Wood Pigeon. 


Reikio. 


360 


Thrush. 


Shusei. 


361 


Poppies. 


Goho. 


362 


Carp. 


Konen. 


363 


Sparrow and Petal. 


Reikio. 


364 


Magnolia. 


Shusei. 


365 


Carp. 


Shusei. 


366 


Pigeon. 


Hotei. 


^67 


Snipe. 


Hotei. 


^68 


Doves. 


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iviogetsu. 


370 


Goose. 


Kwako. 


371 


Blackbird. 


Sekisen. 



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372 


Ducks. 


Hotei. 


373 


Nest. 


Hotei. 


374 


Nightingale. 


Koson. 


375 


Swallows 


Koson. 


376 


Carp. 


Beishu. 


377 


Sparrows. 


Shoko. 




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379 


Crows in an Oak Tree. 


Gyokusen. 



AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, 

MANAGERS. 

THOMAS E. KIRBY 

A uctioneer. 



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